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a little science?
Topic Started: Nov 7 2007, 06:59 PM (8,593 Views)
nnyhav
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^ no not so much tis a matter of what can be algorithmised (but https://www.quantamagazine.org/best-ever-algorithm-found-for-huge-streams-of-data-20171024/)

still very impressive, in what a superior neural network architecture (perhaps w/ assist from ai-creating-own-ai?*) can accomplish ... and a big step towards solving go

* used to be the concern was with not understanding how behaviors emerged from human-engineered networks (and training sets), now it's even more blackbox
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nnyhav
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https://www.nature.com/news/the-new-thermodynamics-how-quantum-physics-is-bending-the-rules-1.22937
via imp kerr
previously, https://www.quantamagazine.org/the-quantum-thermodynamics-revolution-20170502/
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Tribes in the social sciences (a throwback to when bookforum regularly compiled such)
(xthreading anthropology and upstitching)
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